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The October 10,1922 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Greetings — Reception to the New President — Dr. Paul Rader — New Faculty Members of Taylor University — Dr. John Paul, New President of Taylor — Total Enrollment Now Reaches 225 — Missionary News — The Student Volunteer Band — The Walls of Salvation — Alumni and Former Students — Locals — Loyalty — Prof. Pogue Gave Riley Lecture Oct. 7 — Editorial — God Has Been Faithful — The Teacher as a Missionary — “Almost,—But Lost” — Prayer Band — Holiness League — Soangetaha — Mnanka — Report of Eureka Debating Club — Athletics Same Old Story — Eulogonian Debating — Taylor University Glee Club — How Prayer Was Answered — Chronicle — Jokes — How to Get A Revival — Taylor Has Passed Its Probation
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